Iofb

One or more foreign objects are present

Technically a penetrating injury, but grouped separately because of different clinical implications (management, prognosis)

Perforating injury

Both an entrance and an exit wound are present

The two wounds caused by the same agent

Fig. 1.1.3 BETT. The bold boxes indicate those diagnoses that are used as clinical entities

Fig. 1.1.4 Practical guide to classifying mechanical eye injuries in BETT. The bold boxes indicate those diagnoses that are used as clinical entities. Injuries marked with an asterisk are open globe, those with a caret are closed globe

Fig. 1.1.5 Enucleation caused by an animal attack. This 45-year-old man was attacked by his dog. A traumatic enucleation occurred, but the eye itself is intact. (Courtesy of Z. Slezak, Varas-din, Croatia)

apply BETT in your clinical practice as well as in your research elect randomly the term to describe the eye injury

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